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Streamlight Headlamp Offers Two Light Sources

Streamlight, Inc. introduced the versatile Twin-Task Headlamp, featuring both spot and COB flood beams that allow for hands-free lighting for both distance and close-up lighting tasks.

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Streamlight, Inc. introduced the versatile Twin-Task Headlamp, featuring both spot and COB flood beams that allow for hands-free lighting for both distance and close-up lighting tasks. The high lumen light also is powered by easily sourced alkaline or lithium AA batteries.

The new headlamp features a traditional LED beam to provide spot lighting for distance illumination and a new technology COB LED, which casts a smooth, diffused flood light to fill a work area with light while reducing glare. Featuring the latest in power LED technology, the Twin-Task Headlamp provides five lighting levels, making it ideal for virtually any lighting task.

The Twin-Task Headlamp’s multi-function, push-button switch allows users to access the five modes. The Spot LED (with high, medium and low modes) ranges from 300 lumens and 4.25 hours of run time on high to 50 lumens and 38 hours on low. The COB Flood LED has two modes: high, 250 lumens and a 3.5-hour run time; and low, 125 lumens and a 7.5-hour run time. The light uses three alkaline or lithium AA batteries located in a rear battery pack that is contoured for user comfort.

Featuring an IPX4 rating for water resistance, the Twin-Task Headlamp is also impact- resistant to two meters.

Link: Streamlight

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